NAIROBI, May 18 (Xinhua) — Chinese-invested Global Trade Center in Nairobi, Kenya’s capital, which is set to open in September, will boost Kenya’s status as a regional commercial hub, an official said Wednesday. Shamim Malowa, the marketing supervisor of AVIC International Real Estate Kenya, told journalists in Nairobi that finishing touches are currently underway on
The Global Trade Centre (GTC) was the centre of attraction at the East Africa Property Investment (EAPI) summit held in Nairobi on May 18-19, 2022. The 42 – floor -184-meter skyscraper is located at the heart of the capital Nairobi just next to the ultra-modern JKIA-Westlands Expressway-both investments of Chinese companies which have revolutionized property
NAIROBI, Kenya May 19-Chinese-invested Global Trade Center(GTC) is set to position Kenya as a regional commercial hub, providing a one-stop-shop for investors to live, work and play.
Speaking to Capital Business, Shamim Malowa, Marketing Supervisor – GTC Kenya, Avic International Real Estate said the Kenyan market is ripe for investors, and the complex sets the theme for the economy because there is a need for development to cater to the lifestyle aspirations of city dweller. “GTC provides Nairobi’s elite population with a
On November 6, Zhou Pingjian, the Chinese Ambassador to Kenya, Mr. Paul Ndungu Kamweru, Director of the Department of Asian and Australian Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kenya, etc. visited AVIC International Nairobi Global Trade Center (GTC) AVIC International Kenya representative Ma Chengyuan and GTC project general manager Gong Yuxian accompanied the
Former African union head Ambassador Erustus j.o Mwencha African union leader visited GTC this morning with him was being accompanied Chinese embassy staff and GTC CEO Mr Gong Yu Xian and staff. The former head of African union appreciated the project due to its magnitude and the contribution the project has made towards the growth